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that resonate with on the go consumers. cnn new york. >> and as the year winds down we take a look back at some of the biggest stories of the year . the top ten business stories today. >> number ten, apple the first year without steve jobs and the company trying to prove under a new ceo it can still invent things we don't know we needed. number 9, the united states stock market despite the worries about the fiscal cliff and slower growth, the stock market has had a great year. to bad you missed out. smart money lass been in the market. number 8. facebook's ipo. hundreds of millions like facebook but investors didn't on its first day as a public company. trading glitches at the nasdaq and questions about the company's ability to make money on mobile users hurt the stock which has yet to climb into its ipo price. number 7. mother meier. the new ceo of yahoo to announce she was just going to take a two week maternity leave. 37 years old looks like it's what yahoo needed. number 6 . a intense drought in the midwest that burned the corn and soy sending prices sky high. who can forget sandy? neighbo
are listed in stable condition. reporting from new york. >>> everyone wants to know what he was thinking when he plan -- they want to do a complete analysis of lanza's dna. the shooting left 26 people dead. lab results are not expected for several weeks. >> they hit you with late fees and overdraft charges. the banks have to pay fines, too. >>> forget about the big a websg kudos. why amazon.com takes the prize. >> i'm meteorologist wyatt everhart. a few clouds edging in. dry tonight but here's what's coming our way saturday. the latest on yet another approaching storm coming up. >>> we get hit with them every time we go to the atm but banks have to pay them too banks racked up $10 billion in fines. half of them were paid because of improper mortgage practices. the total also includes more than a billion and a half that ubs and bartlys had to pay. >>> amazon was once again ranked the best online site for holiday shopping. the online retailer was ranked at the top because of the wide variety of merchandise this offers. amazon said 2012 was its biggest holiday ever with 26 million ordered on wit
the new york giants people helping out a stranded driver were struck. walterpulled over near the 95 southbound ramp to help a driver after the the tire blew out. john scott also pulled o over. they were working on the tire when a driver exiting lost control and skidded into a car. scott died at the scene. walterwho works for the transportation authorities is in stable condition. >> and in cambridge, 21 people were rushed poo to the hospital after a fire in an apartment complex. people had to jump from the win dose to get out of -- windows to get out alive. two firefighters were treated and released for their injuries. > . >> the story about the good samaritan being struck, that's why we say be careful in these reduced visibility conditions. we're under a third of a mile of visibility in baltimore. usethe low beams. the easternshore, under a mile. ten milesis the normal visibility. >> look to the west, some rainmaking its way in. we'llsee drizzle and then more rain by afternoon. as we go toward dra break, look for the rain to move in and we'll talk about how it's going clear out t
cook's grandmother had been watching them. t.j. winick, new york. >> the mother who gave the baby up for adoption without telling the father is speak out. there's a custody between the adopted parents and the father. she said the fath are knew she was pregnant. he abandoned her. >> they cared about me and the well-being of leah when he wasn't there, when he wasn't around. he showed no interest in me being pregnant. when he left me, he didn't leave me with an address. >> the father's lawyers denied it. >>> a pear of mittens, warm winter cap, scarf, a lot of things can go a long way. >> three, two, one! >> where you can help decorate a tree. >> plus, we're talking about this holiday -- oh, ugly holiday sweaters. we'll meet teen who's turn -- meet the teen who's turning ugly into cash. we're here! [ giggling ] these days, nobody has time to get sick. mom, i don't feel good. but minuteclinic makes it easy to get well. our nurse practitioners can diagnose and write prescriptions for everything from strep throat to sinus infections with no appointment necessary, so you can feel better in n
monday. fitzgerald was alsod in the hospital with cut on her neck. >>> the new york post had pictures of a man who was pushed on to the tracks after an argument. the homeless man was taken into custody earlier today. >>> all right. the bill chill returning to maryland today. also, a little bit of shower activity. winds northwesterly now, drier, colder canadian air continuing to blow. it's showing some of the chill. look at wind chill in both hagerstown and york at 38. overnight we fall through the 30s. in the upper 20s at day braifnlgt talk -- break. talking about a change, that is a change. >>> all right. so if you could ask the boss any question, what would it be? today baltimore county teenagers got a chance to do that. >> about 60 high school students were in the audience and online. >> reporter: this was the first of it's kind for the school, a televised townhall. it was also interactive with questions from students from twitter and facebook and students wanted to know everything. a part of education is trying to exactly figure out what you want. baltimore county student
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